Yes, I use it freely, I did never mean to suggest that she's really anorexic, that she has some eating disorder. She wouldn't be able to compete at all if she was literally anorexic. It's a serious disease that can kill you literally, so, of course, I don't think that anybody thinks that it's her issue. She used to look great in 2008 (even in 2007 after Wimbledon, in LA for example). Now she doesn't look as a pro athlete, her legs look great, but the upper body is too fragile, so when I said that she's supposed to promote anorexia, but healthy look, I was overreacting 'cause Serbia was talking about her being a model and other things.
I mentioned Petko few days ago. Look at her, she played such a long first set, she even had some problem with the knee in the first set, but she's so fresh, so strong, she's hit off the court Aga in the second. Andrea is a cute girl, she can attract the sponsors if she starts making huge results. But it's not her priority. She's strong, but not fat at all, she's very fit. Maybe those muscles don't look so feminine, but tennis is her priority. So it freaks me out a bit when I read that Ana looks perfect now. Is it all really about nice bodies, photo sessions? Isn't the name of that crazy campaign "strong is beautiful" and not "look like a model"?
About -116... It's not anorexic for you and me (although I would look too skinny with 54 kilos, but OK). I'm not sure if it's OK for a tennis player. Average girls have more fat than pro athletes. So, she's supposed to have lower body fat percentage than other women of her weight, but higher muscle percentage than them, muscles are heavier than fat, so Ana is supposed to look skinnier than other girls who have the same height and weight.
P.S. Stavila sam pod navodnike "faking", zato što sam pod tim mislila na hipohondriju, prenemaganje, paničarenje, preterivanje. Tj. ja sam shvatila da ti pričaš o tome. Nisam mislila da se tvoj post odnosi na doslovno foliranje i glumatanje.